Same Kind of Different As Me by Ron Hall and Denver Moore
This is a non-fiction story of a modern slave and an international art dealer and how their lives come together and how they become friends. It was very eye opening. Slavery should have ended with Lincoln ages ago, but it still exists in the deep Louisiana south for Denver until he decides he has had enough and hops a train to Dallas in the 1960's. Ron Hall had a very simple upbringing, but his luck changed with the chance selling of a piece of art, and his fortunes turned. The men come from different worlds, but a mission for homeless people and Ron's amazing wife Debbie bring them together. With each chapter written by one or the other, Ron and Denver tell their story of life, hardship, faith, love, death, and moving on. I really enjoyed this one.